Voice Network Fraud: How to Fight Back with Automated Threat Prevention
Telecommunications fraud is estimated to be a $39 billion a year problem according to the Communications Fraud Control Association. Despite that, less than 50% of enterprises* have implemented any sort of strategy to address fraud in their voice infrastructure. Firewalls and SBCs are not enough to provide a secure voice network. Enterprises need a more complete approach to network security—one that encompasses the unique vulnerabilities of real-time communications systems—to preempt issues and protect the organization as a whole.
Watch on-demand to hear real-life examples of fraudulent attempts getting flagged and understand how analytics and machine learning can be used to mitigate them across your voice network.